A map of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths around the world. The respiratory disease has spread rapidly across six continents and has killed at least 1 million globally.
It's not a normal Thanksgiving and holiday planning has gotten more complicated for many families and friends figuring out safe, socially distant ways to share favorite foods and treasured recipes.
The president's son, who announced his diagnosis on Instagram, said he has no symptoms and feels fine. Trump Jr. said he plans to quarantine and "take it seriously."
The medicine is one of the few to win regulatory approval as a treatment for the disease, but has fallen out of favor with the health authority.
On Georgia Today, an inside look at how the CDC lost public trust amid an international health crisis — and how the repercussions of the organization’s unraveling could have long-lasting effects beyond the course of the pandemic.
Vermont and South Dakota are both among the most rural states in the U.S. One has embraced coronavirus safety measures, the other has not, and their infection and death rates are starkly different.
Many faith leaders may believe churches are singled out for blame, but one Baptist pastor in Maine called for safety precautions after members tested positive for the coronavirus.
South Australia's strict lockdown went into effect at midnight Thursday and will last six days. No outdoor exercise will be allowed, and only one person per household can leave on a single day.
It's been months of the pandemic and you might be feeling frustrated or upset. But there are lots of different ways to deal with your worries — like giving yourself a big hug!
With COVID-19 cases soaring lots of people are conflicted about Thanksgiving plans. Experts are recommending we spend the holiday with just the people who live in our homes this year.
The nation closes nonessential businesses, halts tourism and moves schools online as it battles rising infections.
Dr. Glenn Hurst says hospitalizations are growing in part because of a nursing home "bottleneck." Many people rehabilitate at nursing homes after leaving the hospital.
The pandemic pushed many South Africans out of work. Some grabbed land and put up shacks. There's a community called "Covid" — and even "Sanitizer." The Anti-Land Invasion Unit aims to tear them down.
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams says people are tired and aren't taking mitigation measures as seriously as before.
Areas across the country are implementing preventive measures such as curfews. Some experts are questioning whether these minor changes will be enough to control the virus.